Liberty Walk Japan is known for their outlandish, riveted ultra wide body kits, and their latest offering for the Lamborghini Aventador is definitely no slouch. They added a new front bumper, complete with a bright red splitter and red canards, a custom hood, wider front / rear wheel arches, as well as aggressive-looking side skirts. Read more for additional pictures and a tour of Liberty Walk’s shop in Japan.
The 2020 Jeep Gladiator wasn’t designed for drag racing, but John Hennesssey has other plans in mind, starting with the Hellcat supercharged 6.2-liter V-8 crate engine he swapped in. The monstrous vehicle is called the “Hennessey Maximus 1000” and denotes that this Gladiator makes 1000 horsepower and 933 lb-ft of torque, mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. Read more for two videos, additional pictures and information.
The original Segway PT (Personal Transporter) is basically a two-wheeled, self-balancing personal transporter invented by Dean Kamen and brought to market in 2001. The latest models, the i2 SE and x2 SE sport, are steered by leaning the handlebars to the right or left and have a maximum speed of 12.5 mph, thanks to a pair of 2 horsepower (1.5 kW) Brushless DC electric motors with regenerative braking and a range of up to 15–25 mi (24–40 km), depending on terrain. Read more to see what happens when Brad DeBerti installs 37-inch truck tires on a Segway.
We’ve seen plenty of body kits for the 2020 Toyota Supra, but the Rocket Bunny’s V1.5 just might take the crown for craziest looking yet. It’s priced at $8,700.00, and designed specially for the A90 Supra, but the one requirement is that you’ll have to paint all of the components. Daily Driven Exotics just so happened to have a lime green A90 Supra, so they painted their entire kit the same color. Read more for the video and additional information.
This 2000 Kenworth W900 L is touted as the world’s most modified, and costs more than some supercars today. It’s officially called Project TOC, and built by the Mendez family who also own Texas Chrome. The goal was to showcase that their shop was the one to beat when it comes to custom trucks, and so far, they’ve spent at least $180,000 over the span of 1.5-years into the paintwork and custom engine modifications. Read more for a detailed video walkthrough and additional information.
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Retroflag’s GPi case transforms the Raspberry Pi Zero into a Game Boy-like console that can play various titles through emulation. There have been many custom-built handhelds similar to this one, but now, Retroflag has taken all of the drilling, cutting, and soldering out of the build, since their case comes completely assembled. Simply install the included Raspberry Pi Zero-W in the cart (pogopin connector), put in AA batteries, and you’ll be ready to play. Product page. Read more for a video and additional information.
For those who have never heard of Untitled Goose Game, developed by House House and published by Panic, it’s basically a stealth puzzle video game where players control a goose who bothers the inhabitants of an English village. The player must then use the goose’s abilities to manipulate objects and non-player characters in order to complete specific quests, but what happens if you put this animal in Resident Evil 2? Read more for a short preview of a gamer who did just that.
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The previous-generation (MK4) Toyota Supra was not only known for the bulletproof engine, but its iconic rear wing. Unfortunately, the 2020 Toyota Supra only has a ducktail spoiler, which leaves open the door for many tuning shops, like Auto Tuned, to put their own twist on this aero part. This California-based shop will be displaying their latest body kit at the Formula D Eneos USA booth. Read more for additional pictures and information.
When is a minivan not just a people transporter? When you’re in Hyundai’s iMax N ‘Drift Bus”. Powered by a twin-turbocharged 3.5-liter V6 engine that produces 402 horsepower and 409 pound-feet of torque, mated to an 8-speed automatic transmission that sends power to the rear wheels, it has perfect 50:50 weight distribution when all eight of its seats are occupied. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Between 1981 – 1990, a very small number of 6×6 cab chassis Land Rover Defenders in Australia were made by JRA, and Classic Overland managed to get their hands on one of these gems. What did they come up with? A stealthy all-black vehicle called “Black Mamba”, powered by a 6.2L GM LS3 producing 430 horsepower. Even more surprising is that this donor vehicle was discovered in a South African fire station with only 30,000 km on the odometer. Read more for additional pictures and information.